Comments on: Your Favorites? http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/ Fri, 06 Jun 2008 21:06:46 -0400 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.8.6 hourly 1 By: 38 Special » Comment on Your Favorites? by robhamel http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-482 38 Special » Comment on Your Favorites? by robhamel Fri, 06 Jun 2008 21:06:46 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-482 [...] Comment on Your Favorites? by robhamel Some of my favorites were: 38 Special with Eddie Money; Dream Theater with Galactic Cowboys; Night Ranger with Van Zandt; Saxon; Hurricane; Zebra; extreme (3x!). The worst ever was Motley Crue. Y&T opened and crushed them. [...] [...] Comment on Your Favorites? by robhamel Some of my favorites were: 38 Special with Eddie Money; Dream Theater with Galactic Cowboys; Night Ranger with Van Zandt; Saxon; Hurricane; Zebra; extreme (3x!). The worst ever was Motley Crue. Y&T opened and crushed them. [...]

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By: <a href="http://zaphodsheads.blogspot.com" rel="external nofollow">Glyn (Zaphod) Evans</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-182 Glyn (Zaphod) Evans Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-182 <p>Well I saw Metallica on their very last decent album tour, And Justice for All. It was a good show, with The Cult of all bands opening. I missed the big Priest Fuel For Life tour, but saw them later on the Painkiller tour ('92) and last year on the Angel of Retribution tour. Easily the best band live...</p> <p>\m/ Priest rules \m/ </p> Well I saw Metallica on their very last decent album tour, And Justice for All. It was a good show, with The Cult of all bands opening. I missed the big Priest Fuel For Life tour, but saw them later on the Painkiller tour (’92) and last year on the Angel of Retribution tour. Easily the best band live…

\m/ Priest rules \m/

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By: <a href="http://decadently.net" rel="external nofollow">marie b.</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-191 marie b. Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-191 <p>U2, live at Red Rocks. </p> U2, live at Red Rocks.

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By: <a href="http://barnze.blogspot.com/" rel="external nofollow">Barnze</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-192 Barnze Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-192 <p>The Clash at Derby assembly rooms.Fantastic! </p> The Clash at Derby assembly rooms.Fantastic!

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By: <a href="http://hibelu.typepad.com/yoga_coffee_outlook/" rel="external nofollow">K</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-195 K Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-195 <p>Tuesday, August 4th, 1987<br> T'pau at the Roxy in West Hollywood because it was my first concert.</p> <p>I use to listen to the song "I will be with you" over and over and over.</p> <p>I kept all of my concert stubs too. <img src="http://www.80srockconcerts.com/wordpress/wp-images/smilies/icon_wink.gif" alt=":wink:"> </p> Tuesday, August 4th, 1987
T’pau at the Roxy in West Hollywood because it was my first concert.

I use to listen to the song “I will be with you” over and over and over.

I kept all of my concert stubs too. :wink:

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By: <a href="http://ticklestapeworm.blogspot.com" rel="external nofollow">Tickles_Tapeworm</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-203 Tickles_Tapeworm Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-203 <p>I'm going to have to agree with Zaphod. Metallica was a great show. Heck, I was really only old enough to go to shows at the tail end of the '80s. I saw them at the (then) Coliseum, in Seattle. I think it was the night after the show they recorded on the Binge and Purge box set.</p> <p>Another great show was The Headbanger's Ball tour. It was Helloween, Exodus and Anthrax. It was the first real concert I ever attended, and is still one of my favorite. I think it was in April of '88. </p> I’m going to have to agree with Zaphod. Metallica was a great show. Heck, I was really only old enough to go to shows at the tail end of the ’80s. I saw them at the (then) Coliseum, in Seattle. I think it was the night after the show they recorded on the Binge and Purge box set.

Another great show was The Headbanger’s Ball tour. It was Helloween, Exodus and Anthrax. It was the first real concert I ever attended, and is still one of my favorite. I think it was in April of ‘88.

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By: <a href="http://www.southerngalgoesnorth.blogspot.com" rel="external nofollow">Dana</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-211 Dana Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-211 <p>B-52's, the Go-Go's, Missing persons, Elton John, The Cars, REO Speedwagon, A Flock of Seagulls, Duran Duran, Oingo Boingo, I could on... </p> B-52’s, the Go-Go’s, Missing persons, Elton John, The Cars, REO Speedwagon, A Flock of Seagulls, Duran Duran, Oingo Boingo, I could on…

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By: <a href="http://wcstanger.blogspot.com/" rel="external nofollow">William</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-231 William Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-231 <p>U2 in 1987 on Joshua Tree tour at Glasgow SECC </p> U2 in 1987 on Joshua Tree tour at Glasgow SECC

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By: <a href="http://prying1.blogspot.com" rel="external nofollow">prying1</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-223 prying1 Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-223 <p>I don't remember... </p> I don’t remember…

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By: <a href="http://www.wingedemotion.com" rel="external nofollow">Tracy</a> http://www.80srockconcerts.com/your-favorites/comment-page-1/#comment-230 Tracy Wed, 31 Dec 1969 19:00:00 +0000 http://d20837800.u226.worldispnetwork.com/?p=24#comment-230 <p>Um, Poison was pretty good. Twice! Skid Row. The best would have been Bon Jovi. I actually got to touch Jon so I was in heaven! What I wouldn't give to touch him now! <img src="http://www.80srockconcerts.com/wordpress/wp-images/smilies/icon_smile.gif" alt=":)"> </p> Um, Poison was pretty good. Twice! Skid Row. The best would have been Bon Jovi. I actually got to touch Jon so I was in heaven! What I wouldn’t give to touch him now! :)

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